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Trowunna Wildlife Park

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1892 Mole Creek Rd, Mole Creek, Tasmania 7304, Australia
+61 3 6363 6162
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Our visit went well, but because we turned up in time to see both the feeding of the wombat and of... read more

Reviewed February 26, 2017
David B
Great encounter

If what you want is closeness to kangaroos, wombats and devils then this is the best we have come... read more

Reviewed February 25, 2017
Tauranga, New Zealand
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Trowunna Wildlife Park, 65 acres sanctuary for our Native Tasmanian Wildlife. Tasmanian Devils; Wombats; Quolls; Echidnas; Forester Kangaoos and an array of birds, ducks and Cape Barren Geese to name a fewTrowunna is approximately 12minutes west of Deloraine, 40 minutes south of Devonport, 45 minutes west of Launceston and 75 minutes east of Cradle Mountain. Trowunna Wildlife Park is open every day except Christmas Day with 3 daily interactive tours at 11am, 1pm and 3pm. Come and see the wombats roaming free at Trowunna hand feed the 'friendliest kangaroos', mob of 50+. Relax and lose yourself in the tranquil sanctuary that is Trowunna. Trowunna Wildlife Park has been successfully breeding Tasmanian devils since 1985 and we are also active in other conservation projects such as Quoll and wombat breeding programs and native Tasmanian wildlife rehabilitation program.
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1892 Mole Creek Rd, Mole Creek, Tasmania 7304, Australia
+61 3 6363 6162
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Reviewed February 26, 2017

Our visit went well, but because we turned up in time to see both the feeding of the wombat and of the Tasmanian Devils. If we had visited at any other time we would have been disappointed, as many of the animals are nocturnal and...More

Thank David B
TrowunnaWildlifePark, Front Office Manager at Trowunna Wildlife Park, responded to this reviewResponded March 5, 2017

Hi Djbcamb, Thank you so much for your review. We are glad to hear you had a good experience on one of our tours. However, a misunderstanding must have occurred as to concessionary intrance for non-Australian pensioners. We do give consession to non-Australien seniors and...More

Reviewed February 25, 2017

If what you want is closeness to kangaroos, wombats and devils then this is the best we have come across. Touching the wombats and easy to watch exhibits for a number of different animals such as Quolls, wallaby, eagles and especially Tasmanian devils where we...More

Thank pcaway
Reviewed February 25, 2017 via mobile

A true conservation and rehabilitation park for native animals with great informative guided tours with Tasmanian Devil feedings. I love living localish to this park, I like to try and visit once a year to support the fantastic work that they do for the native...More

Thank Bianca C
Reviewed February 24, 2017

Was good to see so many devils and roos. They have much more room to move around and seemed well cared for. There were a few guides around but they allowed themselves to be cornered by a few tourists. Good value for money and worth...More

Thank illana15
Reviewed February 16, 2017 via mobile

Apart from a very successful breeding program for Tassie Devils, they have a range of kangaroos wallabies Eagles, wombats, quolls,and a great staff who are only happy to help. Definitely worth a visit

Thank Bruce R
Reviewed February 8, 2017 via mobile

A great way to see local animals up close. This park cares for sick animals and orphans and tries to re-introduce them to the wild. Since many of the animals are nocturnal, this really helps you get a good view during the day.

Thank summercruiser
Reviewed February 6, 2017

This so called Wildlife Park needs a lot of money & professional expertise invested into it. What a disappointment to take visitors from other countries to such a place as this . The expense of $22 pp senior discount was for us a big ripoff...More

Thank Gormiekid
Reviewed February 2, 2017

Agree that the staff of the park are very passionate about the animals. A lot of opportunity to touch the wombat, kangaroo, and if their moods are good, the tassie devil as well. They currently have 7 devil joey's and watching them eat is like...More

Thank Lindeming
Reviewed January 31, 2017

The staff obviously care deeply for the wildlife in their care. The park was an amazing experience with the highlight being relaxing under the trees with the incredibly chilled kangaroos.

Thank Nuff04
Reviewed January 28, 2017 via mobile

This place is a must do nature park if you are interested in Tassie Devils. A couple of feeding sessions each day and hands on experience with informative guides who are environmentally aware and friendly. The enclosures are roomy and lovely environments for the animals....More

Thank Sophie P
TrowunnaWildlifePark, Reception at Trowunna Wildlife Park, responded to this reviewResponded February 28, 2017

Thank you for your great review Sophie! We are glad you enjoyed your time at the park and were able to go on one of our three daily interactive tours. We hope to see you again. Regards Trowunna Wildlife Park

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